Student Diversity Resources
Occurring each January, Next Step provides participants (undergraduate, graduate, staff and faculty) with a personal and collective experience in which to further develop their own knowledge and skills about their own social identities and learn how to become better change agents and activists against racism, sexism, heterosexism, ableism, religious discrimination, classism and other socially constructed oppressions.
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ACCESS provides Accommodations, Consultation, Collaboration, and Educational Support Services to students with documented disabilities. Among our programs and services, ACCESS offers: exam accommodations, meetings with disability specialists to receive advisement and advocacy around disability-related matters, ebooks, deaf and hard of hearing services, notetaking and adaptive technology.
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Partners: Human Resources, Diversity, and Multicultural Affairs
The Division of Human Resources, Diversity, and Multicultural Affairs oversees a number of signature diversity events for the University. These include the University of Vermont’s Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration, Education and Learning Week, which focus on the principles and legacy of Dr. King to promote a positive and supportive climate; the Blackboard Jungle Symposium, a regional conference focus on navigating the multifaceted classroom of the 21st Century; and the President’s Diversity Initiative Partnership with the Flynn Center which focuses on the Arts to address diversity and social justice issues.
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